Magnetar Proving Facilities provide the ultimate testing environments for new technology and tactics due to the extrodinarily tough conditions found within these particular stellar atmospheres.

Like with all stars, magnetic field’s excite and bake stellar atmosphere and the solar wind to millions of degrees hotter than the stars core.

This Magnetar (SGR 1900+14) although less than 20 killometers in diameter weighs in at over 5 solar masses and resides in a photosphere several billion degrees kelvin. It’s in these extremes, ship defences and weapons systems are assessed by some of the most competent test pilots in the industry.

Asgards in transit towards a Magnetar Facility.

Vaeyate Evolution

When redesigning an existing concept, I tend to leave most of the shape and aspect of the redesign on the table. IE, anything could change, especially when lor is at stake. However you do have to decide, what is the fundamental aspect to a design.


In the case of the Vaeyate, BIG FUCKOFF GUN is the answer. And thus…


Running off the success of Varuna, I wanted to design a ship similar in style and nature, but a size class larger and perhaps a little more aggressive.


I’ll be redesigning this vessel in future so stay tuned.


These are from way back in 2009. Varuna was the first photo-realistic concept, Heavily inspired by star wars and various bits of throw back sci fi. This instantly became one of my most popular works, teaching my the value of making things shiny.

Entry Plug (WIP)

This is a concept still in development. I look forward to completing this project by placing the model inside a scene and/or designing a character to place in context.


This is one of the first large ships created for the Arkaedian faction. I had a lot of fun with the detail and general design. Some aspects such as the colours and paint would be things I’d like to get back to but I it still more than holds up after several years of relative neglect.


This vessel was the very first ship from this universe. It featured gattling guns and a lot of attitude. Like the vaeyate I intend to revisit it the near future, adding some of the detail and precision of my more recent designs.